Artist Lauren John Joseph is hosting a queer literary salon, Beyond! With three events over three weeks, presented in partnership with Metal, HOME and Transcreative, we’ll be talking gender, autofiction, and new transhistorical forms with the queer literati. Please do join us from the comfort of your living room/bed/cupboard under the stairs; it’s all free and it wouldn’t be the same without you!
Writing Queer Lives March 24 @ 7pm Free!
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With host Lauren John Joseph and guests Max Steele & Golnoosh Nour
Max Steele is a writer and artist who makes the zines Scorcher and Door Girls and the blog Fag City. He makes music and performance and his newest zine is EPSILON b/w VALENCE.
Golnoosh Nour is a published poet, prose writer, and lecturer. Her debut poetry collection Sorrows of the Sun was published under her then pseudonym, Sogol Sur. Her short story collection The Ministry of Guidance and Other Stories was published in 2020 by Muswell Press.
Lauren John Joseph is the author of the experimental prose volume, “Everything Must Go” (ITNA, 2014), and the plays “Boy in a Dress” and “A Generous Lover” (Oberon, 2019). Their novel, “At Certain Points We Meet”, will be published by Bloomsbury in March 2022.
See the full listings of events as part of the queer literary salon here – https://linktr.ee/laurenjohnjoseph
This event will be BSL interpreted
Presented in partnership with METAL and Arts Council England